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Brandon Dalinka and Assistant Coach Andrew DiBitetto
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Men's Golf Plays at Duke
Release: 10/10/2013

THIS WEEK

When: Sat.-Sun., Oct. 12-13

Tournament: Rod Myers Invitational

Where: Durham, N.C.

Course: Duke University Golf Club, Par 72, 7,154 yards

NEXT ON THE TEE

This week, the Tar Heels travel to nearby Durham to play in the Rod Myers Invitational in nearby Durham.  The two-day, 54-hole event will feature an 11-team field, and play will take place at Duke University Golf Club, a par 72, 7,154-yard layout.  The teams will play 36 holes on Saturday followed by 18 holes on Sunday.  Live Scoring will be available on Golfstat.com.

TOURNAMENT FIELD

Baylor, Duke, Charlotte, East Carolina, Iowa, Liberty, North Carolina, Northwestern, Ohio State, Pacific, and Tulsa

TAR HEEL LINEUP

Competing on the Team

Brandon Dalinka, Jr., Newtown, Pa.

Bailey Patrick, Jr., Charlotte, N.C.

Keagan Cummings, So., Dublin, Ireland

Davis Bateman, Fr., Charlotte, N.C.

Robert Register, Jr., Burlington, N.C.

Competing as Individuals

Henry Do, Fr., Canton, Mich.

Reeves Zaytoun, Jr., Raleigh, N.C.

Zachary Martin, Fr., Pinehurst, N.C.

EARLIER THIS FALL

Sept. 6-8

Carpet Capital Collegiate, The Farm Golf Club, Rocky Face, Ga.

Finished 5th of 14 teams, 874 (+10)

Low Tar Heel: Bailey Patrick, Tied 1st, 207 (-9)

Sept. 15-16

Tar Heel Intercollegiate, UNC Finley Golf Course, Chapel Hill, N.C.

Finished 4th of 14 teams, 877 (+13)

Low Tar Heel: Brandon Dalinka, Tied 4th, 214 (-2)

Sept. 29-30

Jack Nicklaus Invitational, Ohio State's Scarlet Course, Columbus, Ohio

Finished 12th of 12 teams, 918 (+66)

Low Tar Heel: Keagan Cummings, Tied 31st, 225 (+12)

FROM COACH SAPP

"We are looking forward to getting back into competition this weekend, and it is nice to be able to play at the Rod Myers Invitational down the road.  Our guys know the course well, and we have played a few times out there this fall already, so we should be well prepared for the golf course.  One of the nice things about this event is that Duke is allowing us to play 8 players, so we will have five starters and three individuals.  Adding the individuals gives some of our younger guys an opportunity to gain some valuable tournament experience for the future as well as them trying to go out and win a college golf tournament.  Our starters should fare well in the familiar surroundings since many of them have played in previous Rod Myers Invitationals and that should give them confidence against some great competition this week."


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